|Heart Of The City - Asaguare|
Urban Rock/Triphop Ballad about bleakness of niteclubbin scenes, trying to find answers and reaching decisions even they lead to isolation. Additional vocal appearence: C. Layne
Keywords: rock; triphop; ballad; vocals; lyrics; song; english
|Juwilawra - Asaguare|
Mixture of modern drum'n'bass and traditional chinese instruments such as erhu, pipa, luan, guzhen and ban-di. They're mostly bowed or plugged strings, having simple yet interesting sounds. In spite of their frugal structure, Asian tunes have got a very profound, natural and acoustic flavour when interpreted by such instruments - which are seldom applied in other styles, eg. like triphop or jazz; nonetheless it's always worth a try.
Keywords: experimental; ethno; triphop; instrumental; china; chinese; asia
|Que Pena - Asaguare|
Latin Dancefloor (vocals/lyrics: Tamy) Don't know much about the Portuguese language and I'm an even worse dancer, haha, but when I found Tamy's pella, I just had to give it a try. The title means 'what a pity' and although the mix was intended to sound technoish, it came out rather triphop and mainstream... pffft, what a pity, but it's ok - so it has got a nice latin groove for moody moments...
Keywords: dancefloor; latin; disco; brazil; triphop; vocals; lyrics; song